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"Fighting Traffic Safety! Gekisou Sentai! Caaaarranger!"
―Carrangers announcing their arrival[src]

The Carrangers consisted of five employees at the Pegasus Auto Garage and use Kurumagic Power to fight the Bowzock.

Team MembersEdit

CarrangersEdit

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Red Racer Kyosuke Jinnai
Blue Racer Naoki Domon
Green Racer Minoru Uesugi
Yellow Racer Natsumi Shinohara
Pink Racer Youko Yagami

Other HeroesEdit

Signalman Signalman
VRV Master VRV Master (Disputed)
White Racer Radietta Fanbelt (Wannabe)

Team HistoryEdit

The Unexpected Heroes of Traffic SafetyEdit

The Rapidly Enlarging ProblemEdit

Patrolman of the StarsEdit

The Beauty who Fell for a RacerEdit

The Evil InstructorEdit

The Crazy Business VacationEdit

The Legendary Wild CarsEdit

The Heroic FangirlEdit

Signalman's ChoiceEdit

The Madman, the Mech and the Mysterious MasterEdit

Sister PrincessesEdit

Signalman Turned TraitorEdit

The Assisting OverlordEdit

The Amateurs vs. The Military SquadronEdit

The Longest ChristmasEdit

Kyosuke's Confession, Zonnette's DecisionEdit

The End of Kurumagic?Edit

Traffic Safety vs. Highway MakerEdit

Megaranger vs. CarrangerEdit

The Carrangers would later return to team-up with the Megarangers against the Gorotsuki Helmedor and Nezirejia's Crab Nezilar. Chouriki Sentai Ohranger: Ole vs. Kakuranger

GokaigerEdit

Years later, the Space Empire Zangyack invaded Earth. This threat was so great that all of the first 34 Super Sentai, including the Carrangers, were needed to oppose them. The 34 Sentai put up a valiant fight against the ground forces, but when the Zangyack fleet itself attacked them, Akarenger told everyone to combine their powers and save the Earth. This destroyed the Zangyack fleet and resulted in the loss of their powers, which resurfaced as Ranger Keys, that were dispersed throughout the universe.

The keys were collected by AkaRed, and later utilized by the 35th Super Sentai, the Gokaigers, a group of five people from different planets who came to Earth in search of the Greatest Treasure in the Universe. Ep. 1: The Space Pirates Appear Sometime after the war, Kyosuke, dedicated his time to teaching children about the laws of road safety with improvised acting on his part, but to no avail. The children constantly ignored his lessons, often going off to other things. He eventually catched the eye of the Zangyack Empire when Barizorg discovered he was the man that interferred with Zaggai's mission. Insarn takes one look at Kyosuke and is immediately smitten by his looks. She enlists the help of Jealousto to capture the former Red Racer, which ultimately draws the attention of the Gokaigers, who were searching for a Sentai warrior connected to traffic safety. He introduced himself to the group, hoping to enlist their talents in his acting troupe. The Gokaigers declined and fled from warrior, but only Don was caught by Kyosuke. When things didn't go as planned, Insarn attempted to capture Kyosuke herself, eliciting a jealous reaction from Jealousto, who tried to kill Kyosuke. He was eventually saved from both Zangyack warriors when the Gokaigers used the Carranger Ranger Keys to fend off a enlarged Jealousto and Insarn realized her "love" for Jealousto. In the end, Kyosuke managed to successfully teach the children about traffic safety when the Gokaigers agreed to act as bickering traffic lights. Kyosuke was satisfied and granted them the greater power of the Carrangers. Ep. 14: Now More Road Safety

After the Gokaigers finally defeated Zangyack, the Gokaigers returned the Ranger Keys before they left Earth to find the second Greatest Treasure in the Universe. It is assumed the Kyosuke and his team have their powers once more. Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates

Super Hero TaisenEdit

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The five-man Carranger team, among the majority of the Super Sentai heroes, were caught up in the "Super Hero Taisen" incident. They teamed up with the Gaorangers and Gekirangers against Kamen Rider Decade, who was apparently hunting the Sentai teams as Great LeaderIcon-crosswiki of Dai-ShockerIcon-crosswiki, only to be seemingly defeated, actually sent to the dimensional riftIcon-crosswiki. When Tsukasa and Captain Marvelous' ruse was revealed, the Carrangers appeared with the other Super Sentai through the dimensional wallIcon-crosswiki, they then fought alongside all the other Sentai teams and Kamen RidersIcon-crosswiki against the alliance of Dai-Shocker and Dai-Zangyack. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen

ZyuohgerEdit

The Space Pirates ReturnEdit

Zyuohger Treanger Keys

The Gokaigers made use of the Ranger Keys in their fight with the Zyuohgers and Bangray.

Evidently, the Carrangers loaned their Ranger Keys - at the request of Gai Ikari - to the Gokaigers whom had temporarily returned to Earth to find and bestow the Great King's Credential to the Zyuohgers. Ep. 28: The Space Pirates Return Their powers were returned when the Gokaigers left for space once more having achieved their quest. Ep. 29: The Monarch of the Monarchs

Zyuohger vs. NinningerEdit

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Red Racer appeared as part of a conference of the first 38 Reds whom addressed the Ninningers and Zyuohgers. Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger vs. Ninninger: Message from the Future from Super Sentai

ArsenalEdit

Category:Arsenal (Carranger)

MechaEdit

Category:Mecha (Carranger)

HeroesEdit

Ranger KeysEdit

"Carranger!"
Mobilates' announcement[src]
The Gekisou Sentai Carranger Ranger Keys (激走戦隊カーレンジャーキー Gekisō Sentai Kārenjā Renjā Kī) are what became of the Carrangers' powers after they along with the rest of the 34 Super Sentai sacrificed their powers to end the Great Legend War.

Any of these keys allow a Gokaiger to assume the form of any of the Carrangers or initiate the Gokai Radical Racing Slash spinout attack in GokaiOh.

  • Red Racer Key (レッドレーサーキー Reddo Rēsā Kī)
  • Blue Racer Key (ブルーレーサーキー Burū Rēsā Kī)
  • Green Racer Key (グリーンレーサーキー Gurīn Rēsā Kī)
  • Yellow Racer Key (イエローレーサーキー Iero Rēsā Ki)
  • Pink Racer Key (ピンクレーサーキー Pinku Rēsā Kī)
  • Signalman Key (シグナルマンキー Shigunaruman Kī)
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Gokaiger/Carranger Gokai Change

Red Racer Captain Marvelous
Blue Racer Joe Gibken
Yellow Racer Luka Millfy
Green Racer Don Dogoier
Pink Racer Ahim de Famille
Signalman Miscellaneous

Video game appearancesEdit

Gekisou Sentai Carranger: Zenkai! Racer SenshiEdit

The Carrangers appear as the protagonists of the video game Gekisou Sentai Carranger: Zenkai! Racer Senshi. The RV Mechas have been dismantled and their parts scattered all around, so it is up to the Carrangers to collect all the parts required to rebuild them, all the while fighting the Bowzock gang. The parts appear in the form of cogs and gears, and can only be obtained by striking various objects and killing off Wumpers along the way, among other forms (finding and getting an engine, for example, will give off ten parts). Each Mecha requires 50 parts to be rebuilt.

There are two possible endings depending on whether or not all five mecha were rebuilt. If they are, then the "good" ending is triggered. After Gynamo grows huge, RV Robo is formed and proceeds to battle Gynamo in the middle of the city. RV Robo than defeats Gynamo once and for all. If not, the "bad" ending will be triggered instead, where the Carranger are unable to form RV Robo. With no one to stop him, the Bowzock destroy Earth.

Super Sentai Battle: Dice-OEdit

The Carrangers are among all the Sentai teams which appear in the arcade game Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O

Super Sentai Battle BaseEdit

The Carrangers are among all the Sentai teams which appear in the mobile game Super Sentai Battle Base.

Super Sentai Legend WarsEdit

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Carranger is among all the Sentai teams which appear in the mobile game Super Sentai Legend Wars.

NotesEdit

  • The first kana of the members' surnames ("ji" in Jinnai, "do" in Domon, "u" in Uesugi, "shi" in Shinohara, and "ya" in Yagami) form the Japanese word for "automobile" (自動車 Jidōsha).

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